Bart Chilton, a former regulator known for his blunt criticism of Wall Street, is joining the law and lobby shop DLA Piper.
The retooling at the Financial Services Roundtable continued on Thursday as the powerful lobby group announced five new hires.
The group said it is bringing on three lobbyists and a new senior official who will manage the association’s members. The hires aim to address some of the most pressing policy challenges in the financial services world, including cybersecurity and the growth of the payments industry.
Danny Werfel, who took over the IRS in the wake of last year's targeting controversy, will work for Boston Consulting Group's public sector practice.
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Former Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) will be lobbying for Las Vegas Sands at her firm Lincoln...
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) has joined the Senate Finance Committee, filling an open slot created by a merry-go-round of recent changes.
Warner had been considered the front-runner for the job because of his strong business ties and ability to build consensus among Democrats.
Scott Talbott has found a new gig after nearly two decades at Financial Services Roundtable.
The Financial Services Roundtable has hired Francis Creighton, the chief of staff to Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), as its top lobbyist. He’ll replace Scott Talbott, who left the Roundtable last fall.
Bernanke will work with the recently launched Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy.
Timothy A. Karpoff spent five years with the administration, most recently served as the head Treasury Department's Office of Financial Institutions Policy, where he led the rollout of the Dodd-Frank financial reform.
The ex-Treasury official will challenge Gov. Jerry Brown (D-Calif.)